You need to click on the little emoji/reaction button to add the thumbs up reaction.
Once you add the thumbs up reaction, other people can quickly scroll down to the bottom of the issue and click on the thumbs up reaction.
it’s no issue on desktop. there’s tons of extensions! I’ve been using Tabli and The Great Suspender. The Great Suspender is pretty neat as you can save and export entire sessions. Tabli is like a dedicated tab searcher and presents my windows and tabs neatly and vertically. Firefox has most of Tabli’s functionality. You can of course bookmark all of your tabs and do whatever with them once you export them.
Back on mobile, there’s nothing you can do without extensions. Neither Brave or Chrome have extensions. Kiwi Browser, however, supports them. Kiwi recently became open source by the way. Brave recently expressed interest in supporting extensions on Android. Unfortunately Kiwi Browser is rather slow and we don’t know if Brave will be using Kiwi’s code. Firefox for Android supports extensions and has switch to tab.
Not a single browser on Android lets you bookmark all of your tabs. Bookmarks are so flexible as you can import and export them. But guess what? You can’t import or export bookmarks either! Bromite (an open source privacy browser) and Kiwi let you import and export your bookmarks. It’s a shame that Chromium (what Chrome is based on) doesn’t let you do that.
You have so much more freedom on desktop. I see why Chrome is so valuable to Google. Their problem being that people may not want to upgrade devices because they cannot bring their tabs along with them (by bookmarking them). It’s not like Google understands that though as they ignore all feedback that comes their way. There’s also the issue of performance. Google really just doesn’t care for anyone.
I also have over a hundred tabs and I’d also like to bookmark everything (as well as import and export) and start afresh. It just seems that no one cares. The issue on Brave’s GitHub has been there for a month. I don’t think it’ll ever get implemented. By the way, Bromite immediately closed the issue requesting bookmark all tabs. That developer only said “this has nothing to do with privacy.”